Fish Learn in Schools, Too! (Part 1 of 2)

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Fish Learn in Schools, Too! (Part 1 of 2)

On today’s Creation Moments Minute, we’re going to school – to a school of fish, that is.

Were you brought up in public schools that teach nothing but evolution? If so, you have probably never learned about the wisdom that God built into some 20,000 different species of fish. So why do fish learn in schools?

First of all, fish don’t learn how to school; they know how to school instinctively at birth. Schooling has advantages for fish, and some schools can have over a million fish in them! You see, schools offer a lot of protection from predators. Did you ever wonder why, when a school of fish is attacked or simply startled, the fish don’t run into each other – but radiate away from the threat like exploding fireworks?

We’ll take a look at that and other advantages of fish schools on tomorrow’s program.

For Creation Moments Minute dot com, I’m Darren Marlar.

 

Ref: Lemonick, Michael D., 1985, “Who do fish fraternize in formation?” Science Digest, Apr., p. 88.

 

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